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Weapon System Management is a term in common use. The author describes some of the problems encountered in developing complete air weapons for combat use. The design problems caused by introduction of jet engines, missiles, and complex electronic systems, in the post-World War II period engendered a developmental pattern which emphasized the need for integration of all components. System engineering, in the control engineering connotation, and operations analyses are necessary parts of the management of modern military weapons.